STRESSES PERSON SHOULD BE JUDGED BY HIS TRUE WORTH & ABILITY RATHER THAN BY HIS ECONOMIC BACKGROUND & SOCIAL SKILLS.
STUDENTS EDITORS TEENAGERS HIGH SCHOOLS NEWSPAPERS PRESS CLUBS PREJUDICES TEACHERS POPULARITY SOCIAL INTERACTION STATUS ECONOMICS
Subject: Here's What I Think
This is one of the best teenager films I've seen for several reasons, not the least of which is its pertinent theme; its also well done. Only thing I noticed is that either the clock is hung crooked or its 2 o'clock and the meeting is supposed to be at 3 o'clock. Minor detail. What's an hour when such an important announcement is in the offing.
Thank you McGraw Hill and thank you Centron. Very entertaining. Especially the girl with the Sally Jessie glasses and the zit on her face near the end. Just couldn't leave that part out, could ya? After all, it IS "formula" for any film having to do with teenagers.
Subject: Good attempt
Subject: Why Ben to Ernie?
Subject: Always the Outsider
Subject: Not since Roshomon!
The film present three different perspectives, first of a member in the "in crowd," then of a bright, hardworking young man with a "bad background," and finally of the teacher who tries to break everyone out of their behavior patterns.
Blunt talk. We sometimes forget that in the 50s, they didn't always have the same problems we do now, or to the same degree, but they always believed they could change for the better.
Ends with the classic Centron question mark.
Sound pops in and out at the beginning, then goes out of synch at the end.